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Volvo V70/XC70

2008-2010
2008 Redesign Year
Volvo V70/XC70 2010
The 2008 redesign dropped the third row. Engine choices included two six-cylinder engines: a base 3.2-liter and a turbocharged 3.0. The V70 disappeared after 2010. Performance is adequate, but the XC70 averaged just 18 mpg. Still though, a quieter, better-finished interior, a ride that's less stiff, and more responsive handling than the previous model are welcome attributes. Still, performance, along with ride and handling don't inspire enthusiasm. The XC70 features Volvo's most current safety innovations of the time, including optional blind spot monitoring and family-friendly features like integrated child booster seats. Changes for 2016 included standard heated front seats and the six-cylinder turbo engine was dropped.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2010 $11,700 - $13,750 $8,450 - $10,300
2009 $9,600 - $9,600 $6,490 - $6,490
2008 $7,675 - $7,675 $4,705 - $4,705
2003-2007
2003 Redesign Year
Volvo V70/XC70 2007 Trim Shown: 2007 Wagon
The V70 wagon was available with front or AWD, in addition to a sporty R model and an SUV-like raised wagon, the XC70 Cross Country. The standard five-cylinder engine was available with a turbocharger, which improved acceleration dramatically. In our tests of the XC70 Cross Country, the ride was stiff and unsettled, and handling was disappointing. The front seats provided excellent comfort. The large interior offered an optional third-row seat.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2007 $5,950 - $9,100 $3,155 - $6,005
2006 $4,700 - $7,500 $2,025 - $4,550
2005 $4,150 - $6,625 $1,600 - $3,750
2004 $3,675 - $5,425 $1,220 - $2,645
2003 $3,450 - $4,475 $1,040 - $1,840
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